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Are There Basic Switches Available That Can Be Used In Locations Subject To Water?


Use a Drip-proof or Sealed Basic Switch.
Applicable models: Z-[]55 Drip-proof Basic Switch
Sealed Basic Switches: D2HW, D2VW, D2SW, D2JW

Major
class
Mid-
class
Minor
class
Model
classification
Environmental resistance Sealing details
Basic
model
(without
seal)
--- --- Z, A, D2D, DZ,
D2MV, D3C,
D2X, D2T, J,
D2F, D2MQ,
D2MC, X, V,
VX, K, SS,
D2S, TZ
Resists penetration of dirt
and dust into the Switch.
No protection against gases,
or water, oil and other liquids.
Use a Sealed Switch or a
Limit Switch if the Switch
may be subject to water or
other liquids.

Basic Switches prevent
penetration of dirt and dust
generally by minimizing gaps and
using interlocking construction
for the actuator section (case
and push button), gap between
case and cover, and terminal
section.
Enclosed
(with
sealing)
Enclosed
(involving
wiring)
Sealed l
(partial
seal,
simple
seal)
Z-15G55
Z-10FY55
Complete dust proofing by
eliminating gaps in the
actuator section, between
the case and cover, and in
Switches. Resistant to gas.
The terminal section is
exposed, however, so
caution is required for water
and oil.
D2JW Model
with Terminals
D2SW Model
with Terminals
D2VW Model
with Terminals
Excellent resistance to dust
and gas by eliminating gaps
in the actuator section,
between the case and cover,
and in Switches. The terminal
section is exposed, however,
so use a Sealed Switch or a
Limit Switch if the Switch
may be subject to water or
other liquids.
Sealed
(no
sealing
work
required)
--- D2JW Models
with lead wires
D2SW Models
with lead wires
D2VW Models
with lead wires
The actuator, gap between
case and cover, and terminal
section are all sealed. High
resistance against dirt, dust,
gas, water, and other elements.




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Created 2009-02-12
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